Fixes non-functional SSL support in built-in cherryPy server #110

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@JirkaChadima
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I was playing around with SSL and found out that the built-in cherrypy server's SSL does not work. Proposed fix of imports should be enough to make the example on http://webpy.org/cookbook/ssl work out of the box.

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aaronsw commented Oct 18, 2011

from .. limits us to Python 2.5. Is there any way to do this that won't break earlier users?

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I'm working on a fix that will work with 2.4 as well.

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@aaronsw what do you think of 7736df7?

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aaronsw commented Oct 18, 2011

A little crazy, but if it works, 🆒!

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aaronsw commented Oct 18, 2011

How did you get that into the repo? It doesn't seem to be on any of the branches.

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aaronsw commented Oct 18, 2011

Oh, looks like it pulled it thru the network from your repo.

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Pushed.

Yes, it is crazy. I didn't want to modify the wsgiserver code, so that we can update the cherrypy wsgiserver code without having to worry about merging our changes.

@anandology anandology closed this Oct 18, 2011
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aaronsw commented Oct 18, 2011

Yes, it is crazy. I didn't want to modify the wsgiserver code, so that we can update the cherrypy wsgiserver code without having to worry about merging our changes.

Right. Makes sense.

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